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Friday's Girl by Charlotte Bingham
  

Friday's Girl

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I love this author. Real characters, strong plots and lots of incidents carry you along at a good pace. This, with its Cornish setting and compelling love story, is a great introduction to her work. Then there are many to try, The Blue Note or To Hear a Nightingale are my favourites.

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Friday's Girl by Charlotte Bingham

When Napier Todd, a famous portrait painter, comes across a beautiful woman, Edith, working in a London inn, he determines to marry her. Spirited away to his country house, Edith soon discovers that Napier has no use for her except as his muse. Meanwhile, Napierâs best friend, Sheridan Montague Robertson, has eloped with Celandine Benyon to Cornwall, drawn there by the vibrant community of artists and dramatic light. It is here that the two couples meet.

So shocked is Celandine by Napierâs treatment of Edith that she sets about trying to help the troubled marriage, but her good intentions bring nothing but tragedy.

About the Author

Charlotte Bingham

Charlotte Bingham comes from a literary family – her father sold a story to H. G. Wells when he was only seventeen – and Charlotte wrote her autobiography, CORONET AMONG THE WEEDS, at the age of nineteen. Since then, she has written comedy and drama series, films and plays for both England and America with her husband, the actor and playwright Terence Brady. Her other published novels are the highly acclaimed bestsellers SUMMERTIME, THE SEASON, THE BLUE NOTE, THE LOVE KNOT, THE KISSING GARDEN, LOVE SONG, TO HEAR A NIGHTINGALE, THE BUSINESS, IN SUNSHINE OR IN SHADOW, STARDUST, NANNY, CHANGE OF HEART, which won the 1994 Romantic Novel of the Year Award, DEBUTANTES, THE NIGHTINGALE SINGS, GRAND AFFAIR, THE CHESTNUT TREE, THE WIND OFF THE SEA and THE MOON AT MIDNIGHT, DAUGHTERS OF EDEN and THE HOUSE OF FLOWERS.

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Publication date

1st February 2006

Author

Charlotte Bingham

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Author's Website

www.charlottebingham.com

Publisher

Transworld Publishers Ltd

Format

Paperback (a Format)

Categories

Family Drama
Historical Fiction
Romantic Fiction
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ISBN

9780553815931

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